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Gospel music artiste Michael W. Smith heading to Zimbabwe

United States gospel artiste Michael W. Smith will headline the Crossline Music Worship Festival slated for Harare in August.
The Grammy Award-winning musician is billed to share the stage with another top US gospel artiste, Nicole C. Mullen, who has performed at sold out concerts in Harare in the last two years.
Three shows have been scheduled for August 24, 25 and 26 in the ceremonial home of gospel music -- the Harare Gardens.This year, the festival is expected to move a notch up as the revered man of song, three-time Grammy winner and platinum seller reaches out to his fans up close and personal.
Pastor Herman Chimusoro of Crossline Music and Video, who is organizing the concerts, was over the moon that at last,  Michael Smith  was heading to Zimbabwe for "not to be missed" exalting performances.
"As we speak now we have a contract with Michael W. Smith and negotiations are still underway with R&B superstar Nicole C. Mullen to return to Zimbabwe for yet another music romance and spiritual upliftment." He, however, could not give more details on the concert saying preparations were on course.
The "My Redeemer" hitmaker had a time of her life when she first came to Harare in 2010 and her visit ignited excitement within gospel circles.
Following the success of her debut concert, Nicole made a welcome return to Harare where she graced the "Action 2011", which was organised by Celebration Centre. She was accompanied by her husband David, her children as well as her parents.
At the concert which was held at the Borrowdale Race Course just opposite the Celebration Centre, Nicole sprang a surprise when she belted the crowd favourite "My Redeemer" in Shona, much to the delight of the fans.
But this year, all eyes will be on contemporary Christian musician Michael W. Smith. SOURCE